IfG in the news

19th December 2018
The Independent article on how much needs to be done before Brexit. Quotes Raphael Hogarth, IfG Associate. 
18th December 2018
Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow, explains what Labour's vote of confidence in the Prime Minister actually means (listen from 52:18). 
18th December 2018
Tim Durrant, IfG Senior Researcher, sets out what a no deal Brexit would mean for the UK. 
18th December 2018
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Researcher, explains why tabling amendments to the Prime Minister's Brexit deal will be complicated and much depends on the order in which they are voted on. 
18th December 2018
Tim Durrant, IfG Senior Researcher, says the Government is past the point where it can have everything ready for a no deal Brexit. 
17th December 2018
Financial Times piece on Jeremy Corbyn's motion of no confidence in Theresa May. Quotes Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow.
17th December 2018
Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow, says a motion of no confidence in the Government under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act would force the Prime Minister's hand on Brexit. 
17th December 2018
Financial Times piece explores the possibility of a second referendum on Brexit. Quotes Akash Paun, IfG Senior Fellow.
16th December 2018
Financial Times piece on whether government should bail out contractors. Quotes Tom Sasse, IfG Senior Researcher, and references findings from the IfG's report on government procurement.
14th December 2018
Dr Alice Lilly, IfG Senior Researcher, says although the volume of legislation the Government is bringing before Parliament isn't that different to previous years, it doesn't really symbolise a government with a coherent domestic agenda.
14th December 2018
Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow, writes in The Washington Post that the chaos over leaving the EU could easily have been avoided.
14th December 2018
Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director, appears on The Briefing Room to discuss where next on Brexit if MPs vote down the Government's deal. 
13th December 2018
A motion of censure falls short of a full no confidence vote in the government—but it could be used to show parliament has lost faith in the PM, writes Dr Alice Lilly, IfG Senior Researcher.
13th December 2018
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, says the drama of political paralysis over Brexit is not helping MPs to regain public trust on their fundamental role. 
13th December 2018
Joe Owen, IfG Associate Director, explains some of the hurdles Theresa May will have to overcome in Parliament in order to get her Brexit deal through. 
13th December 2018
Evening Standard live blog references IfG Senior Fellow Akash Paun's comment on the possibility of a second referendum. 
12th December 2018
The Washington Post piece on instability and populist unrest. Quotes Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director. 
12th December 2018
Coverage of the IfG's report on the extent of government procurement in the UK. 
12th December 2018
Coverage of the IfG's report on the extent of government procurement in the UK. 
12th December 2018
Akash Paun, IfG Senior Fellow, says the Supreme Court's ruling on Scotland's continuity bill can’t stop Brexit, but will introduce uncertainty for business in the UK. 
12th December 2018
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Researcher, explains the implications of the leadership challenge for Brexit (listen from 2:15:35).
12th December 2018
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Researcher, explains what a leadership challenge against Theresa May could mean for the Brexit timeline (listen 26:50).
12th December 2018
Coverage of Theresa May's leadership challenge. Quotes Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Researcher. 
12th December 2018
The Evening Standard references IfG's findings on the payroll vote in its live coverage of the no confidence vote in Theresa May. 

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